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CAMPBELL, Calif., February 6, 2018 – Silicon Valley startup Tachyum Inc. announced today its CEO Dr. Radoslav “Rado” Danilak, will be featured at the upcoming CEO Forum Slovensko, February 14-15 in Bratislava, Slovakia.
CEO Forum is a cross-industry event that inspires senior executives to act for progressive change by sharing information, best and worst practices, and opportunities for networking and collaboration. The unique platform and focus attracts a global audience of CEOs from, doing business in, and doing business with, Slovakia and the Czech Republic, who are committed to social and economic improvements such as investing in education and reducing bureaucracy.
Danilak will present on innovations in enterprise technology that will be needed to address challenges created by a growing world population, climate change, and finite energy resources.
“We in the data center industry must introduce globally applicable solutions that impact energy consumption, efficiency, density, and performance,” said Danilak. “This is the time for disruptive technologies and infrastructures, and as CEOs we have a responsibility to take action.”
Danilak is well known as an innovator in bringing low-cost flash to consumer and enterprise markets on the strength of his landmark flash memory controller chip developed at SandForce, and his ultra-dense all-flash arrays at Skyera. Now, Danilak and a team of industry veterans are designing a high-performance, ultra-low power Cloud Chip aimed directly at the hyperscale data center market and cloud computing centers. The product family will enable unprecedented power savings, performance, and value to help overcome the energy demands of exponential growth in data center capacity.
Named for the Greek “tachy,” meaning speed, combined with “-um,” indicating an element, Tachyum emerged from stealth mode in 2017 engineering disruptive intelligent information processing products. Tachyum’s founders have a track record of delivering transformational products to market, by solving significant device physics challenges. And they are about to do it again.